Keeping up with life can be exhausting. And sometimes there’s just so much going on (or so little) that it’s hard to remember what day of the week it is.
Is it a weekend? Taco Tuesday? It’s anybody’s guess! Does it even matter anymore?
If all of your days are starting to run together, just know that you’re not alone. Here are 15 of the funniest tweets from people who have no clue what day it is.
1. Even kids are confused.
That’s gotta be a letdown.
If you think you've lost all sense of time during the pandemic, you haven't met my 6yo, who has spent the last week planning for Christmas, in complete denial that it's 100 degrees outside.
— Aviva Dove-Viebahn (@fourthwaveprof) May 18, 2020
2. People are drinking whenever they feel like it.
He makes a good point.
Doesn’t really matter what day of the week you drink if it’s a lockdown
— Adam Ainscough (@Adam1999a) April 8, 2020
3. Other people don’t really care what day it is.
What is time, anyway?
i swear i don’t even know which day of the week it is anymore i just go with the flow 😂
— J (@iamdjjrg) April 6, 2020
4. Maybe watching the news will help.
Hmm, maybe not.
Can confirm earlier reports that today is Thursday. Not sure who had it first, but it wasn't me.
— Tom Caron (@TomCaron) April 9, 2020
5. Why can’t Taco Tuesday be every day?
Seriously. Who just eats tacos one day of the week, anyway?
me: can't believe I missed taco tuesday again
friend: today's saturday
narrator: it was thursday
— 🦓 Jack of all Bos, Master of Horse 🌊 (@TommyRainmaker) May 18, 2020
6. This is some serious time-travel shit.
We’re not really following you, friend.
is it just me or is anyone else living in a weird time fuzziness bubble where every day it is also both the previous and the next day simultaneously? like obviously today is Thursday but it is also Wednesday and in addition Friday
— Æ GENERAL COMMUNITY MAÑANITA BLOG (@ajejelicano) April 9, 2020
7. Who showers anymore?
That is just so much effort.
Has anyone else lost track of time? One minute it's Monday, the next minute it's Friday, then you take a shower and get out and it's Sunday again.
— 𝐿𝑜𝑖𝑠 𝐺𝑒𝑎𝑙 ⚢ (@GealLois) May 21, 2020
8. Holidays are now meaningless.
Maybe they were meaningless all along.
Yesterday my parents told me they wanted the family to come over on 4th of july, and for a split second, i was VERY confused because i genuinely thought the 4th of july HAD ALREADY PASSED. i have lost all sense of time
— Victoria Montoya (@victoriamontoya) May 20, 2020
9. Sleeping schedules are also way off these days.
You get a nap, you get a nap, you get a nap!
Time has become so irrelevant in quarantine. Idk what day it is. Apparently it’s now light out at 6am. I sleep when I want, wherever I want. This is truly wild.
— Brianne Taylor (@omgbrianne) May 21, 2020
10. That feeling when you completely messed up the day.
Hope he didn’t miss any appointments! Oh wait. There’s nowhere to go.
I was just informed that today was Thursday and I legit thought it was Tuesday or Wednesday and omg this quarantine is totally messing with our concept of time
— Kyle Lawson (@CrazzzyyyKyyyle) April 9, 2020
11. Phones to the rescue!
Has any piece of technology proved more valuable?
I literally have no idea what day of the week it is until I look at my phone.
— Big Daddy AU (@Pupperchucks) April 9, 2020
12. They all feel the same.
Eating a snack seems like a good way to handle this situation.
i dont know what day of the week it is.. yeah.. is it monday? idk. is it tuesday? idk. maybe sunday? idk. every day feels the same. it all feels the same. idk what to do… so i’ll just eat some snack and get real fat and stay in my room.
— b* (@lullabyofbetul) April 8, 2020
13. It’s just normal now.
Nobody even blinks an eye anymore.
forgetting what day it is has become the norm in quarantine
— Cash Cash (@cashcash) May 20, 2020
14. Can’t go anywhere, yet this is strangely familiar.
Woooooo Vegas! Except this doesn’t feel quite as fun.
— Tracy Martin🎵🎙✡️ (@mstracymartin) April 6, 2020
15. There are only three days now.
What a smart kid.
I asked my daughter. Is it Thursday? Her response: “Dad we are living that stay at home life. There are only 3 day weeks. Today, tomorrow and yesterday.”
Makes sense to me. 🤷🏼♂️
— Steve Letarte (@SteveLetarte) April 9, 2020
We hope these people regain their sense of time soon. Or maybe not. Who cares, really? Go ahead and chuck your day planner into the garbage and throw caution to the wind. It’ll be super liberating!
Are you having trouble keeping track of time lately? We’d love to hear from you!
Let us know in the comments!